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Felix in Hollywood


Published 1923


A struggling (and starving) actor finally relents and agrees to go to Hollywood to be in films. But first, Felix has to find a way to raise the money to get Felix and his master (the actor) there.

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Run time 4:27
Producer M.J. Winkler
Audio/Visual silent, black and white
Language English

Credits

M.J. Winkler presents
Felix in Hollywood
A Pat Sullivan Comic
Copyright 1923

From Kodascope Libraries

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Felix in Hollywood
Kodascope Libraries

Reviews

Reviewer: Christine Hennig - - February 4, 2007
Subject: That Carpetbagging Felix!
Felix gets money for his owner to go to Hollywood by helping a bankrupt shoe store owner to sell his shoes by dropping wads of gum all over the street, so that people will get their shoes stuck in them. His owner, the ingrate, announces that Felix will have to stay home while he goes to Hollywood, so Felix masquerades as the man’s carpetbag so he will get taken along. In Hollywood, he meets animated versions of various silent screen stars, such as Charlie Chaplin and Ben Turpin, and gets his big break by helping a guy who was being tormented by some vicious mosquitoes. Again, this is a wonderfully weird, fun Felix, with shapeshifting and star cameos to boot.
Ratings: Camp/Humor Value: ****. Weirdness: *****. Historical Interest: *****. Overall Rating: *****.
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